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News Clips | August 27-31, 2022

University of Utah's new climate center aims to solve environmental catastrophes

The University of Utah last week announced the creation of the Wilkes Center for Climate Science and Policy, aimed at studying environmental policies and proposing solutions to problems stemming from climate change.

Mental health resources for U of U students

Navigating a new chapter as an incoming college freshman or even a returning student can be overwhelming.

High Blood Pressure and Diabetes Are Linked. Here's How to Reduce Your Risk for Both

High blood pressure—also known as hypertension—and Type 2 diabetes are two of the most common medical conditions in the U.S. Unfortunately, they often occur together.

Summer 2022 relatively smoke-free in Utah, but record heat is hurting air quality

Even though numerous heat records have been broken this summer, Utah air has been relatively smoke-free. Around this time last year, many of our communities suffered through some of the worst smoke pollution they've ever seen.

What new AAMC competency requirements mean for medical students

José E. Rodríguez, MD, is associate vice president for health equity and inclusion at the University of Utah Health, one of 37 member schools of the AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium.

Utah may not monitor wastewater for monkeypox. Here's why

Don't expect Utah to monitor wastewater for monkeypox anytime soon.

Why Do We Lie About Our Health?

The nurse practitioner called me before my virtual consult with my doctor with a few quick questions. “Have you felt depressed lately?”

Volunteer to help tutor Utah kindergarten students

Thanks to a partnership and research project conducted by the University of Utah and the Utah Education Policy Center, we have evidence-based research to prove that this tutoring program works.

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